Clementine Guesthouse

Address: 20 Caledon Street, George, Western Cape, 6529, South Africa | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 20 Caledon Street, George.
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    Closing Ceremonies

    A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Dec 03, 2014

    21 photos

    ... had improved, the night would have likely ended differently with the Lithuanians packing up the trophy in its wooden box and carting it out instead of the Russians. There was some debate through the night that perhaps this wasn't a "real" competition because the Unknown had not been completed. The Unknown is the flight that generally defines the winner as it is the true test of adaptability and resilience: the one with the ...

    More learning...Unknown 1 starts

    A travel blog entry by badyak52 on Nov 30, 2014

    12 photos

    Ok the Free is behind us. It was a very long day that started with fog that led everyone to believe it would be a very late start. But the weather gods pitched in some heat and the Free was able to start around 8:45. The plane was already out when we arrived thanks to the Russian team. Everyone hustled to minimize the time and get everyone through the Free program by the end of the day...approx 40 pilots flew today in spite of ...

    When in WildFarm

    A travel blog entry by dulciejones1 on Sep 12, 2014

    ... me or Leona have ever had too much time for. The night then turned into one big trance party, with some pretty loud strange music and equally strange dance moves and although its not something I would choose to listen to myself, I couldn't help but laugh and have a great time just from seeing HOW MUCH all the boys we were with LOVED it. We stayed up dancing to trance music and adopted some very questionable dance moves to fit in, until around 3 ...

    The pied kingfisher trail.

    A travel blog entry by timellis99 on Feb 12, 2014

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    ... the reedbed, because it had a white rump. Whichever it was our bird guide lists it as uncommon, near-threatened and not quite even supposed to be in this area. It clouded over and there were a few spots of rain. Hurrah! I thought, and we got in the car and drove a long way down a bumpy dust road to a bird hide on a local lake called Langvlei. As is usual for bird hides in this country it was approached by a sinuous boardwalk through a reedbed. They just love their boardwalks ...

    Otter Trail in Tsitsikamma

    A travel blog entry by justln on Jun 06, 2012

    18 photos

    ... and scaled the cliffs instead as climbing is more my forte.

    We got across safely after 30 minutes of contemplating how to approach the river. Safe. One piece. And hardly any wet items!

    Day 5
    It was day 5, and still we hadn't seen an otter. I was starting to think that the name of the trail was a misnomer. When we came into the clearing and the end of the trail we had a view of Nature's Valley and the 7km of uninhabited white sand beach. ...